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Assistant Professor - Plant Evolutionary Ecology
The University of New Brunswick, Department of Biology (Fredericton) invites applications for a tenure
track position in Plant Evolutionary Ecology at the rank of Assistant Professor.
University of New Brunswick, 29/04/2016
Graduate Student Position in Plant Development
The Department of Biological Sciences at the
University of Alberta is seeking a highly motivated graduate student
(M.Sc. or Ph.D) to investigate the mechanisms controlling vein formation in the Arabidopsis
University of Alberta, 20/04/2016
A PhD position is available to study the role of pokeweed antiviral
protein in its native system, the pokeweed plant.
York University, 09/04/2016
MSc/PhD position: Canola Hormone Physiology
A high qualified applicant for an MSc/PhD position with experience in plant hormone physiology is required to
work with multidisciplinary AAFC team involved in the development of Canola Nested Association Mapping (NAM)
University of Toronto and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, 07/04/2016
M.Sc. STUDENTSHIP - Physiology / Molecular Biology / Horticulture
The successful candidate will learn how to propagate expressional biomass using hydroponics and other growth media;
grow of Agrobacterium cultures for introduction of genes encoding target proteins into plant hosts; analyse target
protein expression; manipulate physiological growth parameters for host plants.
University of Guelph, 22/03/2016
MSc or PhD
There are two open positions (MSc or PhD) in the Wilkins group at the Macdonald Campus
of McGill University beginning this September. The long-term goal of our research is
to understand the regulatory networks that govern the response of cereal crops and
forest trees to environmental change.
McGill University, Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Quebec, 21/03/2016
Research Scientist – Protein Engineering
Under the supervision of the Director of Research, Development and Technology, the successful
candidate will lead research in the field of protein engineering and structural biology and be
responsible for developing a program of research focused on improving protein stability, function,
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada - Science and Technology Branch,
London (Ontario) , 20/03/2016
Terrestrial Effects Scientist
The Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change has a unique opportunity for an
innovative environmental professional to provide scientific expertise and leadership in the
design, conduct and interpretation of vegetation and soil surveys, monitoring programs and
special studies that assess and communicate the impacts of environmental contamination
and/or other environmental stressors on vegetation health (plants, trees, crops) and soil
Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change, 18/02/2016
Postdoctoral Position in Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) has an exciting new program for scientists who have recently
obtained or are pursuing a doctoral degree in the field of plant abiotic stress physiology. Interested
candidates are encouraged to register under the Postdoctoral Research Pilot Program (PRP).
The PRP provides scientists with the opportunity to work with research groups or leaders in
Canadian government laboratories and research institutions. In turn, the Government of Canada
benefits from new and emerging talent.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, 25/01/2016
M.Sc. in Applied Science
An M.Sc. position is available in the Department of Biology, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax,
Canada to work on a project that aims to characterize plant responses to multiple environmental
factors, i.e. carbon dioxide, temperature and water stress.
Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, 21/01/2016
Postdoctoral Positions – Meiotic DNA Recombination in Wheat
Postdoc positions are available to look at the basic aspects of molecular and
genetic regulation of homologous and homeologous recombination in wheat.
University of Saskatchewan and National Research Council, Saskatoon, 12/31/2015
Graduate student positions in molecular plant genetics
Graduate-level student positions (MSc and/or PhD) are available to study the molecular mechanisms
underlying plant immune responses at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, 12/15/2015
Postdoctoral Position in Plant Molecular Physiology and Genomics
A postdoctoral research fellow position is available to investigate
hormonal regulation of stress tolerance and plant metabolic pathways in cereals.
University of Manitoba, 12/11/2015
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